Center Chic Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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... is St Peter's Church It is a Fransiscan Church built in 1654 and dedicated to St Peter. It has been destroyed and rebuilt twice with the most recent renovation in 1903. There's a sign at the front door telling you when various language services are. Mass is conducted in English, Spanish, Polish and Hebrew.
... 10. Cornelius is first non-Jewish believer through Peter.
Ramses 2 from Egypt visited Jappa and left behind some writings that have since been recovered.
The views of the Mediterranean Sea and Tel Aviv from Jappa are amazing! We saw a few brides taking pics with the scenery.
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... in an abandoned carpenters warehouse. It was a sensational night: we danced/raved the night away whilst drinking plentiful supplies of Arak with Moses, a bumblebee, and a giant banana. We left the rave feeling very welcomed by Tel Aviv, and carrying the aforementioned bottle of red.
P.S. Grampa, I meant to say - jaffa oranges are DELICIOUS. I think of you when I eat one!
... have to go a different way to our rooms. All of our rooms for he night quickly booked up as the TV station needed rooms for the employees that could no longer make it home. I finally got off work and headed to the modan with the other volunteers. The modan is actually in a bomb shelter. It is a community room where the volunteers can get together and hang out. There are several couches in here, a fridge, a burner to cook on and a microwave. We ...
... on the beach and I spent a lovely afternoon sunning myself with Georgie, Ailion and Julien too. Last night was Shira's last in the house. She has been a full time volunteer here for 3 weeks and she will really be missed! Today I started the day by watching heart surgery on a 28 day old baby from Romania. This was an operation I really wanted to see as I am interested in the field of neonates and I had never seen neonatal surgery before. Luckily the surgeon used ...